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Tommy Smith 18:49 - Apr 12 with 2871 viewsDr_Winston

Dead.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/47913937

Pain or damage don't end the world. Or despair, or f*cking beatings. The world ends when you're dead. Until then, you got more punishment in store. Stand it like a man... and give some back.

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Tommy Smith on 18:51 - Apr 12 with 2069 viewsstevethejack

Massive Swans player

My ignore list, in no particular order of annoyance: Jackfath, bluey_the_blue, Darran, Byron, DwightYorkeSuperstar, Bluebird, valleyboy

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Tommy Smith on 18:58 - Apr 12 with 2022 viewspencoedjack

Hard as nails

RIP
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Tommy Smith on 19:03 - Apr 12 with 2000 viewsswancity

Sad news. RIP.

One of the genuinely hard men of football from the 1970s era. Struggling with ongoing injury and fitness problems while with us but always a fully committed player.
Is there any film available showing his tackle on Ardiles. I was at the game but didn't get a clear view of it.

Only an idiot would eat a turkey curry on Christmas day

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Tommy Smith on 19:05 - Apr 12 with 1998 viewslifelong

That Ossie Ardiles tackle,at the Vetch,and the replay at White Hart Lane sprung instantly to my mind reading that.

RIP Tommy.
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Tommy Smith on 19:07 - Apr 12 with 1992 viewsblackflyingswan

Tommy Smith on 18:51 - Apr 12 by stevethejack

Massive Swans player


RIP Tommy love the way you took out Ossie Ardiles down the Vetch when I wound you up In the wing stand . A F** king legend.
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Tommy Smith on 19:11 - Apr 12 with 1966 viewsOldjack

A right hard case on the pitch as many will testify .R.I.P, Tommy
[Post edited 12 Apr 19:11]

Prosser the Tosser dwells on Phil's bum hole like a rusty old hemorrhoid ,fact You Greedy Bastards Get Out Of OUR Club!

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Tommy Smith on 19:15 - Apr 12 with 1935 viewsTailGunner

Tommy Smith on 19:11 - Apr 12 by Oldjack

A right hard case on the pitch as many will testify .R.I.P, Tommy
[Post edited 12 Apr 19:11]


Rest in peace Tommy. Great player.

Rock hard and could play too.
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Tommy Smith on 19:15 - Apr 12 with 1935 viewsjackson5

Tommy Smith spoke at a Swans dinner about his tackle on Ardiles when he was rolling on the floor Tommy said to him "Welcome to British football"



RIP Tommy

Women are like elephants. I like to look at 'em, but I wouldn't want to own one. W. C. Fields

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Tommy Smith on 19:26 - Apr 12 with 1875 viewsFlashberryjack

R.I.P. Tommy, very fond memories watching you wearing Swans shirt.
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Tommy Smith on 19:39 - Apr 12 with 1815 viewsblackflyingswan

I wound up Tommy so much in that match he lost the plot went in on a wing and a prayer.
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Tommy Smith on 19:41 - Apr 12 with 1806 viewslondonlisa2001

Ah damn.

Just seen this on the club twitter account.

What a player he was.

Loved watching him.

RIP.
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Tommy Smith on 19:49 - Apr 12 with 1776 viewstheloneranger

RIP. "The Anfield Iron"

Tommy brought the experience we needed into a young team (+ Ian Callaghan) ... in Tosh's first full season as our manager.


RIP Tommy
[Post edited 12 Apr 19:56]
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Tommy Smith on 19:50 - Apr 12 with 1765 viewsdickythorpe

RIP

18 years with Liverpool but gave 100% for us, a true professional and example to modern day primadonnas.

Wore his heart on his sleeve.

I bet Tosh is feeling it.
[Post edited 12 Apr 19:52]

Poll: Should Bluey apologise

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Tommy Smith on 19:55 - Apr 12 with 1751 viewsepaul

Had the privilege of seeing him play for the Swans, hard as nails, that tackle on Ardiles. RIP Tommy #YJB

The hair and the beard have gone I am now conforming to society, tis a sad day The b*stards are coming back though

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Tommy Smith on 20:05 - Apr 12 with 1715 viewsAl_Bundy

Great player for us with Callaghan and Kennedy.

Good memories of a bygone era !
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Tommy Smith on 20:21 - Apr 12 with 1658 viewsBrynmill_Jack

Tommy Smith on 20:05 - Apr 12 by Al_Bundy

Great player for us with Callaghan and Kennedy.

Good memories of a bygone era !


It was a fantastic time for all our fans after a long period in the doldrums. I was about 10 when those two came to the club, both gave everything for the shirt despite being European champions a season or so before with Liverpool. Rest in peace Tommy, a hero to the Kop and the North bank

Each time I go to Bedd - au........................

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Tommy Smith on 20:28 - Apr 12 with 1629 viewssainthelens

RIP to a legend.
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Tommy Smith on 20:30 - Apr 12 with 1617 viewsTenbySwan

Great player and real hard man of the 70s with chopper Harris, Norman Hunter etc.

A few years after he retired he became Manager of Caernarvon Town in the Welsh League and he left after just a couple of months.

When interviewed on Radio Wales he cited players ringing up on Friday night/Saturday morning saying they couldn't play because they had a sore throat and said that in his day, words to the effect that players would play with a broken leg!

Jenkins, Morgan, Dineen FECK OFF NOW I !!!

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Tommy Smith on 20:54 - Apr 12 with 1550 viewsmarchamjack

Attitudes were different obviously back in those days and I know from speaking to some past players from that time that Tommy viewed the likes of Ardiles and Villa as foreigners coming to take British players jobs. He made it plain that Ardiles wasn’t welcome and that he was going to go out of his way to make sure the red carpet wasn’t rolled out for them.

Ardiles was the first to get Tommy’s special welcome 😀

RIP

Oh,..Dave, what's occuring?

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Tommy Smith on 20:59 - Apr 12 with 1524 viewssherpajacob

In my fantasy all time game Tommy is marking Raheem Sterling,

Until sterling is carried off and replaced by Victor Moses.

Poll: Your favourite ever Swans shirt sponsor?

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Tommy Smith on 20:59 - Apr 12 with 1521 viewsjack_lord

As above, a legend in football and he played for our club and we all remember his tackle. In some ways, I wish we had won the game that night so we could say Tommy won it for us but it would have spoiled the song.

Lord_Jack BA (Hons) MSc
Poll: The E U : Stay or Leave

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Tommy Smith on 21:21 - Apr 12 with 1465 viewssherpajacob

The hard man reputation will get mentioned all the time, but Tommy could play.

His role in Keegans 2nd in the 74 cup final was as good as Angel Rangel at his best.

Poll: Your favourite ever Swans shirt sponsor?

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Tommy Smith on 21:36 - Apr 12 with 1427 viewsGlyn1

Only 74, he should have been with us longer.

I'm struggling to think who his modern equivalent would be, maybe Troy Deaney.

Poll: Who should be our next manager? Please name them.

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Tommy Smith on 21:50 - Apr 12 with 1389 viewsGowerjack

Only just celebrated his birthday as well.

That tackle...

RIP Tommy

Plastic since 1974
Poll: Is ECB for tyranny?

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Tommy Smith on 07:13 - Apr 13 with 1123 viewsGlastonbury

Tommy Smith on 21:36 - Apr 12 by Glyn1

Only 74, he should have been with us longer.

I'm struggling to think who his modern equivalent would be, maybe Troy Deaney.


What ? Troy Deaney an equivalent of Tommy Smith . Ur right u r struggling to think of a modern day equivalent. Troy F`in Deaney U plonker Rodney
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